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Lunes Bridge, Tebay

Lunes Bridge is an early-mid 19th century bridge over the River Lune, located about half mile south-east of Roundthwaite and a mile south of Tebay. The coursed limestone rubble bridge has a dramatic situation by a rocky section of the Lune. As well as it's main arch, the bridge has a smaller flood arch at it's east end. Lunes Bridge is Grade II listed on the National Heritage List for England.

Tebay River Lune (Cumbria) Roundthwaite Historic Buildings and Monuments in Tebay Civil Parish Bridges
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The River Lune below Lune's Bridge

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Lune's Bridge, Tebay

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Lune's Bridge near Tebay

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LUNES BRIDGE - Tebay - List Entry
- "Bridge. Early/mid C19. Roughly coursed limestone rubble. Elliptical main arch with rough voussoirs, segmental smaller flood arch to east end. Parapets with vertically set stones. Iron tie to crown of …

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List number: 1145354
List grade: 2
County: Cumbria
Grid ref: NY6129902858


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